As the tears subside a little, and with her head leaning backward at the angle that will not injure her bonnet, she endures that terrible moment when grief, which has made all things else a weariness, has itself become weary; she looks down pensively at her bracelets, and adjusts their clasps with that pretty studied fortuity
which would be gratifying to her mind if it were once more in a calm and healthy state.
Natal teeth: a sign of fortuity
or grave misfortune.
Yuri Tsivian's "Charlie Chaplin and His Shadows: On Laws of Fortuity
in Art" explores the international legacy of Chaplin, particularly in the Soviet Union and among European intellectuals who appropriated Chaplin's "famous fame" in a range of illustrations, poems, and imitative films (71).
limiting Fourth Amendment protection based on the fortuity
of where a
But all that fortuity
can't be coming from nowhere.
The First lady stated that she would be delighted to do so and that she is keen on seeking a platform to do more social work, noting the fortuity
of their common priorities in this conversation.
West Bend further contends that the criminal acts exclusion applies, thereby removing any duty to defend, or alternatively that application of the fortuity
doctrine, public policy, and the reasonable expectation of an insured each independently eliminates its duty to defend.
that led to the House Financial Services Committee getting such high-wattage new members offers a possibility of teaching the party that you can do great politics by doing oversight on corporate America," says Jeff Hauser, who runs the Revolving Door Project at the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
The pivotal point being: insurers are in the fortuity
Celiac disease and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis: Is it a fortuity
Is it mere happenstance, a case of nominal fortuity
, or does it suggest a more sweeping reappraisal of masculinity and boyhood in this year's films?
Because the CGL policy did not define "accident," the Supreme Court looked to the word's common meaning and concluded that an "accident" involves "fortuity
. As a result the Supreme Court held that under the language of the CGL policy, property damage caused by a contractor's own faulty work is not accidental and is therefore not covered.